| Butterfly, Mycalesis, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae, Mycalesis oculus|
The Redeye Bushbrown (Heteropsis adolphei) is a species of Satyrine butterfly found in South India. The species name is after Adolphe Delessert who collected the first specimens based on which the species was described.
Heteropsis adolphei Wikipedia
Upperside dark umber-brown. Forewing with a large, white-centred, fulvous-ringed black median ocellus and a white-centred preapical much smaller black spot. Hindwing uniform, a post-median series of from two to four white-centred fulvous-ringed black ocelli, sub-equal and smaller than the posterior ocellus on the forewing- Underside: ground colour similar, but irrorated with obscure transverse striae of a deeper brown; the terminal margins of both forewings and hindwings very broadly paler; the dark basal portion of the wings sharply defined by a very dark brown line; a postmedian series on both wings of rather small white-centred fulvous-ringed black ocelli—two on the forewing, a median and a preapical; seven, placed in a slight curve, on the hindwing. Antennae, head, thorax and abdomen dark umber-brown, paler beneath. Male sex-mark of form 2, the patch of specialized scales on both forewing and hindwing very small; the nacreous area surrounding the specialized scales on the underside of the forewing very pale brown.